Commonwealth Games closing ceremony slammed on social media

Commonwealth Games closing ceremony slammed on social media

Commonwealth Games closing ceremony slammed on social media

"We wanted athletes to be part of and enjoy the closing ceremony". They were way too long tonight. However, having them come in to the stadium in the pre-show meant the TV audience were not able to see the athletes enter the stadium, alongside flag bearers.

Beattie said they "got it wrong" and that athletes should have been part of the ceremony.

McKay finished sixth overall in the competition 15 April: Fireworks draw the final curtain on the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Winners: Duncan Scott, Scotland's closing ceremony flagbearer, won six swimming medals, including a stunning 100m freestyle gold, while Grace Reid became the first Scottish diver to win Commonwealth gold.

He shed more light on the topnotch features of the country's participation and reinforcements put in place to encourage the athletes and boost their confidence in the Games and the country. Organisers confirmed Channel Seven had a number of representatives at that briefing.

"That wasn't shared with viewers, that was clearly a stuff-up, if I get a chance I'll apologise to Kurt [Fearnley] this morning", he added.

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"We're becoming more relevant than we've ever been before and what we're trying to do is ensure that everybody else in the world sees exactly what we're trying to do", she said in an interview. They made a decision not to have athletes enter the Stadium.

Australian basketballer Angus Brandt has revealed athletes had no idea what was going on at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony before finally realising they had been brought in before the event began.

"It was the first time I participated in the Commonwealth Games".

Queensland's Courier-Mail reported that athletes left the ceremony early to hit the bar.

GC2018 was an extraordinary event, hosted in a truly spectacular location.

The support for Para-athletes from the Gold Coast crowds has been vocal and wheelchair-bound local Kurt Fearnley said the backing he received winning silver in the wheelchair 1,500m "almost blew my head off".

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He also took to Twitter to explain the decisions of the event organisers.

The Channel 7 anchors tore the ceremony to shreds at its conclusion.

Zero failed drug tests were reported during the event, although India twice fell foul of the Games" "no needle policy' and had two athletes ordered home.

The Tall Blacks need to pick themselves up from a shocking performance in their semifinal defeat against Canada yesterday if they want to leave the Gold Coast with a medal.

Simmone Bernetzke said she was completely surprised when a friend told her the athletes arriving to the stadium was not shown on screen. I am proud of her and she knows that when she does well she will be rewarded.

"I was one of hundreds of dancers and we had the most exhilarating experience and I'm gutted that Australia missed out on it", she said. "The speeches, look we understand the dignitaries need to get their messages out there, including the Birmingham presentation", Zempilas said.

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